Testimonials

Maciej Hilarowicz – Polish Entrepreneurs Forum in Belgium

“Link to Poland impresses with innovative solutions that combine technology and a user-friendly interface. Its content abundance and variety makes it the medium, which plays the role of an information platform as well as a promotor of Poles’ activities abroad. To the best of my knowledge, it’s the first portal of the Polish community that has earned its place in the European (if not transatlantic) league of influence.”

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Jarosław Bugalski – Medicus Polish Basket

“I have been following Link to Poland since the very beginning. It’s amazing to watch the progress and growth of this project, which went beyond my wildest expectations. I’m glad that our team can play an active part in the development of this Polish community’s venture. Link to Poland allows Poles living around the world to share their experiences and promote Poland regardless of where we live.

Professionalism and reliability guarantee Link to Poland’s success and I hope that this project will continue to grow and help the Polish community as it has done so far.”

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Aldona Kałuża – CEO and Founder of PolskaPROject, Editor-in-Chief of portal StrefaPL

“International newspapers write about Poland – finally they also report its growth, potential and investments. We are in a good moment for a positive and vast communication about our country. It’s the best time to promote Poland. Still, despite many needs and a flood of promotional projects at the same time, there are not many of them, which would combine an international scale, latest information and visualisation. Link to Poland has understood how to promote Poland and Polish people in a modern way and on a global scale, which means in many different languages. Although it has been operating for a relatively short time, it has already created its own network of contacts around the world. When I saw what this portal offers and how it presents its content for the first time I thought: “This is it! It’s a modern communication tool, a well-thought strategy as well as creative and open editorial staff.” If Polish promotion needs anything today, it is such projects as Link to Poland. Maybe instead of creating more and more mini portals and information platforms or focusing on one subject all the time we should follow the Link to Poland’s example, invest in a tried-and-tested concept and help it grow. As far as the French side is concerned, Link to Poland already has a partner – the StrefaPL portal that I run. I hope that it’s just the beginning of our cooperation and that everything that is interesting and positive is still ahead of us! Polish people living abroad can do great things! They not only open stores and companies but they are also great at communicating and promoting their country! Go Link to Poland! Good luck in your future endeavours. You can always count on StrefaPL!”

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Krzysztof Przybył – President of the Foundation of the Polish Promotional Emblem „Teraz Polska”

“Link to Poland is a real compendium of knowledge about Poland, which we lacked in the online world. A clear layout, exciting content and passion of people who create Link to Poland convinced us to tighten our cooperation. From the beginning of this year we have been publishing information about our Foundation in our own user account, which Link to Poland offers every company or organisation. We are aware that through such a medium as Link to Poland our activities are more efficient and that they reach even a larger group of people.”

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Dobek Pater – Managing Director at Africa Analysis

„South Africa seems to be positioned at the end of the world, also looking from today’s global village perspective. Until recently the lack of regular contacts with the Polish world of business, except some individual cases, was very noticeable. So far Poland has played a minor role in business and investment relations with Sub-Saharan Africa but the situation is changing.

The project initiated by Link to Poland can become an important element in developing business, cultural and political relations with African companies, organisations and countries. Link to Poland is an excellent source of information and advice on the current issues connected with Poland, offering something interesting to people from different circles. The fact that the website is available in English is also very important. Poland should be promoted mainly outside the country and among non-Polish people. Along with the development of the website, it will undoubtedly play a significant role in bringing together individuals and organisations on different levels.”

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Beata Ścibakówna – Polish actress

‘’It’s a great idea that Poles in Poland and in the whole world know about each other as much as possible, as best as possible and they are up to date! I keep my fingers crossed for the success of the site! Best wishes!”

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Adrian Klarenbach – Polish journalist, TV presenter, television announcer/narrator and columnist

“I approached Link to Poland with great scepticism, wrongly assuming that it is another project which stops existing as soon as it is created, and the idea – well, it remains to somebody else’s use – knowing how it will end from the very beginning. I gave myself time and kept Mariusz Soltanifar waiting – but today I can say with full responsibility that Link to Poland indeed is a link and a stabilizer of emotions. It brings together all compatriots with knowledge, information and culture, forming our place in Poland and in the world.”

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Sylwia Gołębiewska Jakubas – Polish School in Dundalk, Ireland

“Link to Poland is a friendly portal to promote various events of Polish life as well as of Poles living around the world. Creation of a positive image of Poland, its tradition and culture is a lesson for everyone. Link to Poland is a portal that opens up new opportunities, expands horizons and finally reveals the “new land”. People working for Link to Poland are passionate about the culture and beauty of the Polish language. Link to Poland portal guarantees professionalism in every aspect, which results from passion and commitment. Thanks to you we feel closer to home, and for sure we proudly say who we are to our children. We wish you further success, development and support.”

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Marcin Markiewicz – the owner of AmbyLine, photographer

“I can write briefly about the LTP: the initiative is great! Articles are well written and easy to read, the portal is intuitive and encourages to visit it again. I am a photographer and I pay huge attention to detail, and I can say that the appearance of LTP is very well thought out and is of high quality. Articles are often written about people which are inspiring to me and it encourages me to frequently visit this portal. It is unique on a global scale and such project is really needed. Congratulations on your idea and execution, and I keep my fingers crossed for further development!”

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Kevin J. Aiston – Polish TV and radio presenter, former BBC photoreporter

“In my view, Poland is really badly promoted abroad and in general around the world. So many great and important things come from Poland or were done by Poles. Every time I can, I defend Poland. People around the world don’t even realise how many things they can be grateful for thanks to the Poles and to Poland. It is possible to change this and to portray Poland in a better light. Your website can definitely do exactly that, help your country in this way. I support you and I’m still going to continue to do so…”

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Arek Tylza – the head of the project “Islanders Radio”

“I think that the portal was created just in time. Poles living abroad need a bond with their county of their origin: its culture, tradition and history. First of all, it’s a good experience for future generations of Polish immigrants, who won’t have the opportunity to interact with the country of their ancestors, at least not closely. Secondly, this portal gives the opportunity to discover the beauty of our country to all of those who are interested in it. On the other hand, it breaks some stereotypes, which are often heard from people, who don’t know much about Poland and Poles. Link to Poland gives a chance to catch up on all missed things. I wish you success in achieving the planned goal.”

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Richard Dudkiewicz- the owner of the virtual school that teach the Dutch Polish

“Link to Poland is a great source of information about Poland and the Polish way of life. The bilingual website provides the access and use to all of those who are interested in Poles, our culture, customs and achievements. Who are Poles in exile? By what kind of stereotypes are we guided? What connect the Poles in Australia, England, Norway, Iran, Namibia and Netherlands? Can we define a new type of Pole in exile? I wish the editorial staff a lot of inspiration in searching for new topics and achieving your goals.”

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Michał Faligowski – the owner of a travel agency “Hotels and Tourism”

“I’m really glad that on the Internet we can find such a portal as Link to Poland, which is run by a team of dynamic, creative and sensible people, who help maintain the contact between the Polish diaspora spread all over the world and Poles living in Poland.  The fact that the portal is available in two languages help people to get information connected with our country, who didn’t have much to do with Poland or Poles or at least very little in common with it. What distinguishes this portal from the others is the lack of kitsch and commercialism. Keep up the good work. I wish you perseverance.”

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Marta Kustek – editor-in-chief of a Polish-immigrants-community portal in New York: www.DobraPolskaSzkola.com

“On the website I like the section promoting the beautiful landscapes in our country. I live abroad and people constantly ask me about the unique places in Poland that are worth seeing. Not only Americans but also the Polish people, who haven’t been in the country for many years and who would like to go there, ask about them. I will tell them now to visit the website – Link to Poland. This website stands out among many Polish community portals formed recently. It has a great graphics and clarity, thanks to which you want to look at the website longer.”

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